amyh1115
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HELP for statistical analysis of my data!

Postby amyh1115 » Tue Feb 02, 2021 1:07 pm

II collected data on the number of times a signal appears per day, and then made a line graph for this data. The overall trend is positive and shows a direct relationship. I was wondering what statistical analyses I could do with my data. Thank you :D

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Re: HELP for statistical analysis of my data!

Postby koneill18 » Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:06 pm

Hi there!

I'd be happy to help you figure out what statistical analyses you can perform on your data. First, I have a few questions to help me understand your data better. What was your hypothesis for this experiment and what were the experimental conditions that you were changing to cause the signals? Do you have a line graph with data from a control group that you're comparing to a line graph with data from an experimental group?

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Re: HELP for statistical analysis of my data!

Postby falconiverson » Mon Apr 05, 2021 6:54 pm

Hello!

My name is Falcon Soedarsono and I would love to help you with figuring out which statistical analysis you should do to better summarize your data. A line graph is most likely used to show a trend and prove a direct relationship within the experiment. However, other than these two, we can also use other statistical analysis such as calculating the mean, median, standard deviation, variance, and others, depending on the experiment itself. It would be beneficial if you could actually give a further explanation about what you are actually trying to prove in this case.

Let me know if you have any further questions about anything.

Falcon


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